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The floors and couches in the private rooms at this karaoke joint glitter with green lights. The rooms are large and temperatures are kept low for when you work up a sweat belting out Whitney Houston's "The Greatest Love of All." Song selection here is disappointing — no deep cuts, and relatively few recent hits. You'll have to stick to the standards. The front of this massive space houses a glistening bar and dance floor that stays mostly empty. Also, hookahs if you want ’em.
Colorful orange signage and manga-inspired illustrations pepper the space, which feels more like a cool converted warehouse in the heart of a major city than a restaurant in a Norcross strip mall. Bento is of Taiwanese descent for its hard-to-find home-style dishes and real-deal street snacks.
Entering the colorful restaurant feels like you've accidentally stumbled into a teen girl's bedroom. The walls are covered with hearts, cartoon faces drawn in marker, clusters of neon Post-its doodled by happy customers. Groups of fashionable Koreans huddle around tricked-out tabletop burners where dishes are cooked and served by the frenetic all-girl staff. No table is without an order of kimbob, large slices of Korean sushi filled with tender curls of spicy octopus, or bulgogi (seasoned beef rib-eye). Kimchi fried rice topped with unorthodox ingredients -- such as melted cheese -- sounds odd, but the first grease-laden bite is revelatory. Korean cold noodle fans should check out the jjol myun, a heaping bowl of rice noodles finished with julienned vegetables and spicy sauce. Order enough food to give reason to linger and let the cheerful spirit soak in.
A ski lodge in Duluth may seem like the least likely place to find some great dim sum, but appearances are deceiving. With pork siu mai dumplings, silken tofu drizzled with a tangy ginger sauce and somewhere around 170 more exotic offerings, East Pearl will satisfy the dim sum lover every time.
Sports bar/restaurant for locals.
Some of the best Indian around, the weekend buffet brunch is a must with dosai and uthappam made to order as well as a selection of fresh curries, soups and vegetables.
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